Here's what's happening around the web this morning:

Whitney Port Signs Zeno Acne Device Deal
Whitney Port has just signed a deal to promote Hot Spot, a zit-fighting device from Zeno, in commercials and print ads rolling out in March. As if homegirl has ever had a pimple.
[WWD]

CFDA Panel Tackles Skinny Model Debate
The CFDA met Tuesday night to discuss new measures to prevent overly skinny models, including preventing models under 16 years of age from walking in runway shows. Plan B: Clone Lara Stone.
[The Canadian Press]

Lady Gaga Glues Pearls to Her Face for amfAR Benefit
Either Lady Gaga had a bad acne breakout, or the singer glued several pearls to her face for last night's amfAR gala. Always keeping us on our toes, that one.
[Daily Mail]

Pamela Anderson Back in Vivienne Westwood Spring Campaign
You can't keep a good blonde bombshell down. Pamela Anderson is back in the colorful new ads for Vivienne Westwood's spring/summer 2010 campaign.
[Catwalk Queen]

Jean-Paul Gaultier for Target Sneak Peek
Go go Gaultier! Shots of the French designer's collection for Target have been released, and we likey.
[Fab Sugar]

Henry Holland Launches BlackBerry App
Our fantasy BFF Henry Holland has created a new BlackBerry app that lets users buy his House of Holland runway wares before they hit stores. It's official: We're never leaving the house again.
[Vogue UK]

Bar Refaeli Angry Over Sports Illustrated Snub?
Israeli model Bar Rafaeli was reportedly fuming at a Sports Illustrated party Tuesday night over losing the swimsuit cover shot to Brooklyn Decker. Now, now, girls -- plenty of bikinis to go around.
[NY Daily News]

Model Abbey Lee Kershaw Calls for Runway Safety Guidelines
Abbey Lee Kershaw -- one of the catwalkers who quit in protest over Alexander McQueen's treacherous armadillo heels -- has spoken to Australia's "Today Tonight" to discuss falling on the runway, skinny models and the need for regulations to ban dangerous heels. Hear, hear.
[Huffington Post]

Cashmere Toilet Paper Debuts
Two-ply? You can do better than that. Britain's Waitrose supermarket has launched "stylish" cashmere toilet paper featuring oil extracted from the hairs of cashmere goats.
[Telegraph]